Peter speaks with Filmmaker Chris Delforce about his soon to be released film Dominion. Using new undercover and drone video, Dominion graphically shows the ways humans use, abuse and exploit animals in agriculture, including pigs, dairy cows, chickens, fish, turkeys, fish, etc. You can help this film succeed by supporting its campaign on Indiegogo.
The cruelty behind animal agriculture has been well-hidden, with food packages plastered with images of happy cows on idyllic farms and chickens roaming in wide pastures - and misleading terms like "free-range" and "humane" make us feel proud about our choices. In recent years, however, the curtains have been slowly peeling away. The horrors that occur behind the scenes of slaughterhouses, egg farms, and circus tents are getting harder to ignore.
Highly anticipated documentary Dominion is set to join other 'vegan-maker' movies such as Cowspiracy, What The Health, and Forks Over Knives. The upcoming project, which has been branded as the Australian Earthlings, was produced by filmmaker Chris Delforce - who has just launched a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to bring Dominion to the world next spring.
Close to 900,000 people worldwide watched the trailer the week it was released, and Dominion writer-director-producer Chris Delforce is now launching a crowdfunding campaign to bring the feature-length documentary to the world next Spring.
We recently caught up with Chris Delforce to talk about his new documentary Dominion. Writer, producer and director Chris told us that Dominion, the follow up to his 2014 film Lucent, will cover a much broader spectrum of animal welfare issues throughout society.
Dominion is the hugely anticipated new documentary from director Chris Delforce - director of film Lucent. The film, which is a feature-length documentary, will focus on how animals are used and abused in Australia.